Many people think that when marrying a Muslim, a Russian girl must accept his religion. This is not entirely true: in each family, the issue of faith is decided individually. Someone really decides to convert to Islam, and someone even before the wedding declares that he will remain with his convictions. “Each of us respects the other for who he is and does not try to remake him for himself. Of course, like all people, we adapt to each other at some point. But this is definitely not a matter of religion and belief,” Daria and Serkan believe.
Myth 2: Turkish wives don't work
Married Turkish women indeed often stay at home, taking care of the household and children, but a non-working Russian wife is rather an exception. As a rule, former Russian women work in the company of their husbands, helping them to run a business. Others manage to find work in their field of study from their home countries, and some monetize their own hobby, for example, organize photo shoots, lead yoga classes, or earn money blogging. “>